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Table 1 Characteristics of Home-based Primary Care Practices

From: Home and community-based services coordination for homebound older adults in home-based primary care

Survey Question N N%
What region of the United States is your practice located?
 Northeast 27 30%
 Midwest 25 28%
 Southwest 14 16%
 Southeast 13 15%
 West 12 14%
Primary sponsor/ owner of the practice?
 Independent Provider (MD, NP, PA) / Provider Group 50 56%
 Hospital or Health System 22 24%
 Other 7 8%
 Home Health Care Company 4 4%
 Government Organization 4 4%
 Independent Investor Group 3 3%
Total practice census
  < 500 Patients 56 63%
  ≥ 500 Patients 33 37%
Number of sites that your practice operates
 1 74 74%
 2+ 26 26%
Predominant practice setting
 Urban 44 44%
 Suburban/Rural 41 41%
  ≥ 2 Settings 16 16%
Practice Type
 Group or Other 61 68%
 Solo 29 32%
Practice funding structure/revenue model (Select all that apply)
 Insurance Reimbursement (Medicare, Medicaid, private insurers) 78 77%
 Self-pay 22 22%
 Subsidized (hospital, health system, or philanthropy) 19 19%
Percentage of patients dually enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid
  < 50% 61 74%
  ≥ 50% 21 26%
How are HCBS for your patients typically paid for?
 Medicaid 40 40%
 Self-pay 20 20%
Profit status of HBPC your practice
 For profit 54 61%
 Not-for-profit 34 39%
Does HBPC practice provide services for patients with primary Medicare Managed Care?
 Yes 69 78%
 No 20 22%